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unciform

adjective un·ci·form \ˈən(t)-sə-ˌfrm\

Definition of UNCIFORM

:  hook-shaped :  uncinate
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Origin of UNCIFORM

New Latin unciformis, from Latin uncus hook + -formis -form — more at angle
First Known Use: circa 1734

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